The company was an early adopter of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, making its products more accessible. Its award-winning mobile app also allows entrepreneurs to do business from anywhere, anytime.
As the pandemic forced millions of people to avoid face-to-face contact and purchase products online, QNET embraced innovative technologies such as social and video commerce. This has enabled its Independent Representatives (IRs) to continue to provide their customers with the quality products they want while maintaining personalized service.
The company’s V-Convention Connect 2021 (VCC) brought together more than 350,000 attendees in a virtual space using Unreal Engine, QNET continues, noting that users could walk through realistic rooms and examine the range of lifestyle, wellness and luxury products from QNET. The success of the event, the same source continues, led the CEO, Malou Caluza, to announce that the company would continue to organize virtual conventions even after the easing of travel restrictions related to the pandemic.
Empowering direct sellers to thrive in a post-pandemic economy, even before the pandemic, the on-demand economy was growing rapidly. In 2011, the percentage of India’s workforce engaged in gig work was 0.54% and in 2021 it was 1.5%. Post-pandemic, economists now predict that India’s post-pandemic gig sector could reach $455 billion by 2024 as technology becomes more accessible.
On-demand economies around the world are experiencing similar growth, driven by the desire for income opportunities that offer greater autonomy, flexibility and a healthy work-life balance. QNET has invested heavily in technology that provides its IRs with the tools, skills and support needed to succeed as entrepreneurs.
Additionally, QNET is leveraging technology to bring more economic opportunities to emerging economies around the world, the statement added, noting that the company has transformed the industry in places like Africa where direct selling serves as a entry into the gig economy for many by adopting mobile payment systems like Mobile Money. This is facilitated by the fact that today more than 58% of the African population has access to 4G networks.
Since these platforms are linked to mobile phone numbers rather than bank accounts, they make transactions much easier and safer, as more than 57% of Africans do not have access to traditional banking systems. .
Building a sustainable future
QNET has always believed that its innovative technology solutions should be a force for good. Its corporate responsibility arm, the Raise Yourself to Help Mankind (RYTHM) Foundation, engages in community-level projects to promote education for all, gender equality and sustainable community development.
As part of one such initiative, RYTHM has partnered with Global Himalayan Expedition (GHE) to provide clean, renewable solar power to remote tribal villages in the rugged Himalayan mountains of India. In Ghana, West Africa, RYTHM works with the ANOPA project to provide education through sport to visually and hearing impaired children.
The company develops its products with a holistic and targeted strategy to minimize waste and promote efficient use of resources. For example, the company’s innovative line of Home-Pure purifiers use little to no electricity to improve air and water quality and help reduce waste such as plastic bottles.
QNET has started replacing its product packaging with sustainable materials such as Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper and recyclable pouches and boxes. This allows QNET to reduce waste, conserve resources and contribute to a more sustainable world.
“We understand that our efforts to build strong and resilient communities today can only succeed if we leave a better, cleaner and healthier planet for future generations. The direct selling industry is key to addressing the threat of climate change and other environmental issues,” Caluza said in the statement. The company has also partnered with “Certified B EcoMatcher” to plant a global forest and combat the harmful effects of deforestation, starting with 3,000 trees planted in the United Arab Emirates, Kenya and the Philippines.
Additionally, QNET has spearheaded reforestation efforts in Algeria, Indonesia, and Turkey, planting a total of 7,500 trees planted worldwide through this initiative in the first half of 2022. pandemic, QNET is leading the post-Covid world towards a stronger and more resilient future, building on its history of technological innovation to transform communities, conserve their natural resources, protect their livelihoods and improve the quality of life. of millions of people.